An estimated 23,700 refugee children, including infants and newborns, remain stranded in Greece and the Balkans.
At least 30 people are reported missing and two confirmed dead after an avalanche hits a resort hotel in Italy.
The European Union will protect and preserve” Iran’s historic nuclear deal with the P5+1 group of countries, says EU foreign policy chief.
An Italian court sentences eight former South American leaders to life in prison in absentia for the disappearance and deaths of 23 people of Italian origin several decades ago.
Italy's Antonio Tajani is elected as the European Parliament’s new president.
Amnesty says the laws are spreading fear and alienation against Muslims across Europe.
The electric power cut meant that no trains would leave or enter Amsterdam’s busy main railway station.
Most of the people were refugees from East Africa who were in search of a job and living in Europe.
A major party withdraws its candidate just ahead of the vote to form a pro-EU bloc.
The number of asylum requests in Austria is more than halved in 2016 compared to previous year.
A boat with 110 refugees on board overturns in the Mediterranean Sea. So far, only four people have been rescued.
The EU members states are concerned about the threat posed by foreign Daesh militants upon their return to home countries from Syria and Iraq.
Petra Laszlo has been found guilty of disorderly conduct after she was filmed back in 2015 kicking and tripping over refugees near the Serbian border.
The UNHCR says European governments must do more to help refugees dying in Europe's sudden cold snap.
The UN chief says Cypriot leaders are close to reaching a reunification deal, but there were obstacles on how to "implement" the agreement.
Austria's most prominent Muslim group, IGGIO, says the possible headscarf ban would send a wrong signal.
The European Union mainly attributes the decline to a border agreement between the EU and Turkey which came into effect in March.
The new government won the vote of confidence by a wide majority.
"We have saved many lives but we cannot accept rule breaking," said Foreign Minister Alfano.
The OSCE chairman said the organization wants to make efforts to "see change for the better."
Agriculture Minister Marian Jurecka said the virus had been detected in dead swans in Moravia and in family farms.
Refugees hold protest after a woman dies in a swarming camp north of Italy.
Residents in the northeastern city of Elk have attacked a diner, where they believed people of Arab descent responsible for the death of a local worked.
A group of 1,100 refugees from Sub-Saharan Africa tried to jump a high double fence between Morocco and Ceuta.
Cyprus urges Turkey to be serious in talks on the reunification of the Mediterranean island.
The Romanian border police said the truck was transporting 48 Iraqis, including nine women and 17 minors.
Sabrina de Sousa was arrested at Lisbon Airport in October 2015 on a European warrant while on her way to visit her family in India.
Hundreds of Catalan protesters call for Catalonia's secession from Spain.
The two were arrested in the northwestern port of Igoumenitsa.
"It is not possible to hold a referendum that will do away with national sovereignty and the equality of Spaniards," Rajoy said.
The findings of investigators so far indicate that Anis Amri lacked any significant contacts in Italy as he fled.
At least 7,000 refugees are trapped in Serbia.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis named Sorin Grindeanu as the country’s new prime minister on Friday.
Brazilian police suspect the body found inside a burned-out car in Rio de Janeiro is that of missing Greek Ambassador to Brazil Kyriakos Amiridis.
Italy says it has rescued some 900 refugees from stricken boats in the Mediterranean Sea.
The two men were detained during a raid on a militant hideout in the Spanish capital on Wednesday.
Local government sources said the restriction could alternate between odd and even number plates.
"I have properly analyzed the arguments for and against and I have decided not to accept this proposal," President Iohannis said.
Political parties and social groups in Spain’s Catalonia region hold a summit in preparation for an independence referendum planned for 2017.
Judges have found Wilders guilty of racial discrimination against the people of Moroccan origin in the Netherlands.
The alarming surge comes despite a considerable decline in the number of refugees crossing the Mediterranean in 2016.
A man believed to be the perpetrator of a Monday terrorist attack in the German city of Berlin has been killed in Italy.
The Romanian president postpones nomination of a new female Muslim premier after December 25.
The products have been "poisoned with chlorine and hydrochloric acid," the so-called Green Nemesis group said.
The parliament is forced into dropping controversial press restrictions as anti-government protests enter their fifth day.
Italy’s former PM admits his politicization of referendum led to a big defeat in the vote.
The polish opposition extends a sit-in in parliament in protest at restrictions on media access.
Waving white-and-red national flags and blowing horns, Polish protesters chanted slogans such as "Free media!" during Friday’s event.
Austrian MPs on Wednesday passed a bill allowing the government to seize the house in the northern town of Braunau am Inn, near the Austro-German border.
The approval of Christmas bonuses for pensioners came despite objections from Greece’s eurozone creditors.
European Union leaders have decided to extend the bloc’s economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis for another six months.
The Greek PM calls for a breakthrough without blackmail in a debt row with the Eurogroup.
The Romanian electoral authority announces leftist Social Democrat Party as winner of most seats in both houses of parliament.
A US, Russia faceoff will become inevitable if President-elect Donald Trump decides to scrap Iran’s nuclear deal, says EU foreign policy chief.
Some 169 senators voted in favor of the cabinet while 99 voted against on Wednesday.
Eurozone institutions have concluded that Athens' actions appear to not be in line with our agreements, says a Eurogroup official.
The verdict is the latest in a long legal battle between Catalans and Madrid.
The man was also ordered to pay nine million euros ($9.5 million) in compensation.
The cabinet of Lithuania’s Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis has been sworn into office.
German and French leaders call for the extension of Eu's anti-Russia sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla and EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini signed the agreement on Monday.
With 99 percent of the votes from the Sunday balloting counted, the leftist Romanian party had about 46 percent, election authorities said Monday.
Austria’s foreign minister says Vienna will block the progression of Turkey’s EU accession talks.
The proposed government budget will need approval in the Spanish parliament for it to be executed.
The budget includes a set of unpopular austerity measures demanded by international lenders.
Four parties are contending in Sunday's election amid hopes for a fateful result that would end the country's prolonged political crisis.
The elections are likely to hand power back to the leftist Social Democrats.
The parliament is expected to ratify a budget bill that is expected to save some $6.5 billion for the country in 2017.
Judge Hendrik Steenhuis said on Friday, "No one is above the law."
A local government spokesman said the refugees scaled two entry points in the six-meter-high wall that encircles Ceuta.
Italy's president begins talks with political leaders to seek a new head-of-government following the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
The EU’s executive says the bloc’s member states can resume returning refugees to Greece, as the first country of entry, from mid-March 2017.
The Thursday walkout was called by the largest private and public sector unions in the southeastern European country.
A report, to be presented to EU interior ministers on Friday, says as many as 1,750 Takfiri terrorists may have returned home.
The Athens appeals court says the three should be sent back for 'attempting to topple the regime' of President Erdogan.
The government spokesman says Athens is still committed to continuing its talks with creditors.
Eurozone has agreed on providing Greece with short-term debt relief.
The Italian coastguard says over 1,300 refugees had been rescued from the Mediterranean in the past three days.
The “No” voters in the recent constitutional referendum march in the streets of Rome and gather outside Prime Minister Renzi's office after his resignation.
One of the victims, Tiina Wilen-Jappinen, was the chairwoman of Imatra city council.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi puts his political future on the line by organizing a vote on his constitutional reforms.
Austrians are voting in a presidential election rerun, a competition between far-right Norbert Hofer and mainstream Alexander Van der Bellen.
A referendum will take place on Sunday on Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s proposed changes to the constitution.
The EU police chief says Europol is currently working with several counterterrorism agencies against the threat posed by Daesh.
The rally was organized ahead of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
The EU announces plans aimed at boosting joint defense cooperation and reviving military spending.
There are videos where you can see how Moroccan police hit refugees, Amnesty says.
The European Commission's president urges EU leaders not to hold referendums on membership in the bloc.
The protesters voiced their opposition to the reforms by the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. A referendum will be held on the proposals on December 4.
The outbreak was detected at a farm in Biddinghuizen, located about 70 kilometers west of Amsterdam.
Citizens and asylum seekers rally in the capital Vienna to demand an end to tough anti-refugee policies.